Nash, David

Mr. David E. Nash, CPPO, CPPB
Retired Members
9026 NW 44 Court
Sunrise, FL 33351-5336
UNITED STATES

(954)749-5291

armynash@bellsouth.net

David Nash retired as a Chief Warrant Officer Three from the United States Army in 1988 after 20 years of service in inventory management. In 2007, he retired from the City of Fort Lauderdale after 18 years of service in warehousing and procurement. David holds Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Business Administration. He was the last President of the Governmental Purchasing Association of Southeast Florida, having successfully led a merger with the SE Florida Chapter of NIGP in 2001. He was also the President of the Florida Association of Public Procurement Officials in 2006-2007 David was presented with FAPPO’s George H. Wolf Distinguished Service Award in 2010. In 2014, he was presented with FAPPO’s Educator of the Year Award. In 2019, he was presented with his second George H. Wolf Distinguished Service Award for his contributions to FAPPO during 25 years of membership. David is a certified instructor for NIGP and from 2010 to 2013 he served on the Evaluation Committee for the National Procurement Institute’s Achievement of Excellence in Procurement Award. Since creating the online “Question of the Day” in 2007, he has helped thousands of procurement professionals prepare for their CPPB and CPPO exams. For this contribution, he was presented with the "Spirit of NIGP Award" at the NIGP Forum in 2013. For his overall contributions to the procurement profession, he was presented with NIGP’s Distinguished Service Award at the 2018 Forum in Nashville, TN. David previously served as a Chapter Ambassador for NIGP in Area 5 for 4-1/2 years and currently serves on the Mentorship Committee. On the Faculty for: Contract Administration in the Public Sector Contracting for Public Sector Services Developing and Managing Requests for Proposals in the Public Sector Ethics: A Survival Kit for Public Procurement Introduction to Public Procurement Legal Aspects of Public Procurement Protests: Managing Options for Positive Results Risk Management in Public Contracting Sourcing in the Public Sector Strategic Procurement Planning in the Public Sector

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